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Forum: It arrived!
 Topic: earring
earring [message #109215] Fri, 30 January 2015 02:22 UTC
avatar monk3947  is currently offline monk3947
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Forum: Bug Reporting
 Topic: Product's short URL don't work
Re: Product's short URL don't work [message #109216 is a reply to message #109208 ] Fri, 30 January 2015 02:25 UTC
avatar Bathsheba  is currently offline Bathsheba
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To my knowledge it's not fixed! This was just to note that Shapeways has acknowledged it as a bug.


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Forum: General Discussion
 Topic: Are Aluminum products possible?
Are Aluminum products possible? [message #109213] Fri, 30 January 2015 01:07 UTC
avatar c_hinson  is currently offline c_hinson
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I see that Shapeways does not offer Aluminum as a material that can be 3-D printed.
I also don't see ABS plastic.

Is this something that is forthcoming?

Thanks,
Clark
 Topic: Drawing to 3D model
Drawing to 3D model [message #109217] Fri, 30 January 2015 02:45 UTC
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So, I'm looking for someone who can turn the drawing that will be posted below into a 3D model. My friend is graduating from SVA soon and I wanted to give him a 3D printed version of his first concept drawing, of the monster in his thesis, as a graduation present. If anyone can do this then please respond and post how much it will cost from you. Thanks.


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Forum: Official Announcements
 Topic: UPDATE: Back Live! Thank You! Site Maintenance Scheduled For Tuesday 1/20 7pm
Re: UPDATE: Back Live! Thank You! Site Maintenance Scheduled For Tuesday 1/20 7pm [message #109214 is a reply to message #109195 ] Fri, 30 January 2015 01:56 UTC
avatar southernnscale  is currently offline southernnscale
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TonyRR,
I had the same thing happen the other day! I tried several time to buy and it went to the oop's page. So I backed out and closed the program and went back in and it worked so don't know what happened. It keep telling me to check the search name. that it was incorrect.

best,
Walt


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 Topic: At Last: Easy Product Embed
Re: At Last: Easy Product Embed [message #109218 is a reply to message #109212 ] Fri, 30 January 2015 03:07 UTC
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You could try adding this to your webpage:
<base target="_blank">


Patience, Persistance, Politeness - the 3Ps will help us get us to Perfect Printed Products
Re: At Last: Easy Product Embed [message #109219 is a reply to message #109218 ] Fri, 30 January 2015 03:43 UTC
avatar Bathsheba  is currently offline Bathsheba
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stonysmith wrote on Fri, 30 January 2015 03:07

You could try adding this to your webpage:
<base target="_blank">



? Then I'd have to alter all of the internal links on it. I don't think so.


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Forum: Interest Groups
 Topic: Repricing Advice: Puzzles & Multi-part files
Re: Repricing Advice: Puzzles & Multi-part files [message #109220 is a reply to message #99530 ] Fri, 30 January 2015 05:50 UTC
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Here is another example of putting multiple pieces on a connection sprue for minimal cost. It's an imaginary piece with a connection sprue capability at one end I've been playing with to examine price minimization. As far as I can tell a rounded connection sprue is the best case, and if that effort is too much a straight sprue is also better than tight packing depending on how many pennies are important to your cost competitiveness in the market. Again it's all about a 40mm diameter ball get as close as possible to the design.

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For the packed cases I curved the ends of the sprue to permit better polishing between parts. Illustrated sprues are slightly in excess of 2mm diameter which may or not be large enough to withstand polishing.

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